Sex on Television

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September 25, 2013

Sex on Television
Image courtesy of AskMissa.com.

In recent years there has been some great television coming out of Britain. From "The Office" to "Extras" to "Luther" to "Downton Abbey" to "Miranda" the UK has put out some high-quality television. But a new show coming to Channel 4 on October 7, 2013, sounds like it could trump them all. That show is "Sex Box."

The show is part of a new season of "real sex" and it involves couples literally having sex in a box. No, not in some kinky "Boxing Helena" way. On the show the couples will do their banging in a soundproofed box in the middle of the studio.

Then, after the coitus, instead of taking a piss, turning off the TV and falling asleep like all of us normal people do, these couples will have to emerge from the box and do an interview hosted by Mariella Frostrup and a panel of experts.

I'm not sure what they are experts of that make them qualified to talk to people right after sex. But, then again, it doesn't really matter what they ask, because as us guys all know, to paraphrase David Spade from the movie "Lost & Found," we don't really know what we are saying for about half an hour after an orgasm.

Not that there isn't any value in it. For the girls, I am thinking it will make the guy try harder because you wouldn't want to walk out of that sex box and have your woman tell a panel of experts and the entire TV audience that you failed to make her cum.

And for the guys, if you do it right and have your lady stumbling out of that box unable to speak a coherent sentence you can count on all the women watching being interested in getting a piece of what she got.

For our video this week I found a trying-to-be-funny-but-not-funny video called No SeXBox:

And for our site recommendations this week, how about some gloryhole ones? They are kind of like sex in a box, no? Check out GloryHoleGirlz, GloryholeSwallow and GloryholeInitiations.

Posted by A.K. Anderson at September 25, 2013 1:01 AM

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